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I create! I have always had a need to create...jewelry. quilts. homemade soaps. My other passion is Photography. I had a darkroom before I had a camera and would forget all time when developing photographs. Today, I use Lightroom for processing images, but time still gets away from me when I am creating a final photo. I've literally experienced my life through a camera lens. I am currently offering some of my photographs for Instant Downloads.

Molas...thus the name Molas N More. I am a collector and occasionally sell Mola-inspired items from my personal collection. Mola means blouse in the Kuna language. There are two hand sewn panels that make up the front and back of the Kuna women's blouses. These panels may be two to seven layers of fabric that has abstract designs sewn into them using needle turn applique and embroidery. These folk art panels are truly "works of…

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  • Female
  • Born on December 2
  • Joined May 22, 2009

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Jewelry Sterling Silver, Copper, Bronze, Precious Metal Clay, Pearls, Precious and Semiprecious Stones, Glass, Wood, Photography Digital files for download, digitized slides and negatives

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    Sherry Thorup, Photography, Jewelry and Molas

About

I create! I have always had a need to create...jewelry. quilts. homemade soaps. My other passion is Photography. I had a darkroom before I had a camera and would forget all time when developing photographs. Today, I use Lightroom for processing images, but time still gets away from me when I am creating a final photo. I've literally experienced my life through a camera lens. I am currently offering some of my photographs for Instant Downloads.

Molas...thus the name Molas N More. I am a collector and occasionally sell Mola-inspired items from my personal collection. Mola means blouse in the Kuna language. There are two hand sewn panels that make up the front and back of the Kuna women's blouses. These panels may be two to seven layers of fabric that has abstract designs sewn into them using needle turn applique and embroidery. These folk art panels are truly "works of art'' and are highly sought after by collectors. I've never met a Mola that didn't go home with me. Images of Molas, suitable for framing, are often offered in my store. I've also transferred images of special Molas from my personal collection onto fabric, quilted them and framed them for sale.

I hope you enjoy my store whether you are shopping...or just window shopping.

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